The changes started with the album, “Dirt and the Stars.” The entire thing hung me up, but the closing song of the same title got me digging around in my past, coming to a kind of reckoning.
That’s not done yet.
Then, we watched “Solos” on Amazon Prime. As I wrote to a friend of mine, “If you do nothing else, watch this.” I say that to you as well.
It’s a short series of solo actors, although there may be a little helper to guide them through their thoughts. The actors are some of the best working today.
The first episode is a little weird, but catchy.
The second episode took me apart piece by piece. Finally, now comes Morgan Freeman. Not only was I taken apart, but the parts were left in puddles.
That’s all I’m saying. I hope you watch it. If you do, I don’t want to spoil any part of it for you.
I know I said I was done with posting older pictures, but this one surfaced at about the same time as all this reckoning is going on.
This is the very first picture that I ever took with a cellphone. It was an Apple iPhone 5. It must have been because the pixel count is so low.
Even though I claim to always carry a camera, there are times when I’m charging batteries and I just need to run a couple of errands.
Then this happens. The Sandias blew up in color as dusk fell on the high desert.
The rest is on the other side.
There is really no technical achievement here even though it is my first smart phone photograph.
I did beef everything up because the little file is pretty wimpy.
I know what you are thinking. You are incorrect. This intense color was what inspired me to think, “Oh yeah, I have a smart phone in my pocket.”
Truth be told about the location… I’m in a Whole Foods parking lot in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
There are pictures everywhere, we just have to open our eyes and not make them so precious.